All the eight teams that reached the 2018-19 Stanbic Uganda Cup round of 16 will receive a share of the Ushs 120 million prize money.
The newly-crowned winners, Proline FC, will receive 40 million, an increase of 10 million from what KCCA got for winning last year’s edition.
Losing finalists, Bright Stars will console themselves with half the winner’s prize -20 million.
Kyetume FC and Express, who both crushed out in the semifinal stage will each earn Shs 10m.
Nebbi Central, Wakiso Giants, BUL and Vipers have Shs 5m for reaching the quarter final level.
Police, Bukedea TC, Tooro United, Kitara, Kiboga Young, URA, Onduparaka and Nkambi Coffee FC will all get Shs 2.5 M for ascending to the round of 16.
Bright Stars’ keeper Benson Wagima received the golden glove for keeping two clean sheets. He was rewarded with a plaque and brand new television set.
Proline’s hero Musitafa Mujuzi and Cephas Kambugu from Kyetume shared the golden boot for their four goals overall.
The two also received new television sets each.
Prizes in summary:
Winners – Proline FC (Shs 40M)
Runner-up – Bright Stars FC (Shs 20M)
Semifinalists: Shs 10M each
Quarterfinalists: Shs 5M each
Round of 16: Shs 2.5M
Golden Glove – Benson Wagima (Bright Stars FC 4 matches, 2 clean
sheets, TV and trophy)
Golden boot- Mujuzi Musitafa (Proline FC), Kambugu Cephas (Kyetume
FC)- (4 goals each. A Tv and trophy to each player)
MVP- Mujuzi Musitafa (Proline FC, a TV and Trophy)
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